3 dozen Prefolds (some GMD Indian cotton, some DSQ Chinese, different sizes)
Way too many Thirsties covers (some duo wraps, some sized) --- I got too excited about the variety of colors and patterns, and I got such cheap deals on them I figure I'll use them on future kids too anyway.
2 OS Flip covers w/ 6 stay-dry reusable and 18 disposable inserts
7 bumGenius 4.0 pocket diapers (some Aplix, some snaps)
1 AIO bumGenius diaper
3 bumGenius stay-dry doublers
3 Hemp Babies doublers
5 Bummis fleece liners
Imse Vimse flushable liners --- planning to use these especially in the newborn stage
6 Thirsties Fab Wipes
10 Babykicks cloth wipes
(I'd like to buy some bumGenius cloth wipes!)
2 Planet Wise wet/dry bags
Since I'm a first-timer I don't know what system(s) I'll like best, so I made sure to get a variety to play around with things when the baby comes along. I purchased things in increments and only bought items I found deals on. Since I attended a free cloth diapering class at our local birth center, I got a huge discount on some bumGenius diapers and Thirsties covers one day. I followed local Craigslist ads on a daily basis and hit the jackpot when a woman posted an ad for the rest of the items I wanted! It was literally everything I had my heart set on. Most of it was never even used, and some was just used once or twice. I felt like I was robbing her with how cheaply she was selling them for! But she never got around to CDing her daughter and just wanted to move these items out the door for some extra cash, and I was lucky enough to message her first.
My total for all of this was less than $390 with an estimated $200 savings. I plan to use prefolds and covers early on and use the one-size bumGenius pockets and Flip diapers later on. I'll probably buy a few more of them if I like them a lot.
I think I'm going to really like the Planet Wise bags for containing dirty diapers. They zip up and seem like they'll contain smells pretty well, but I won't know until I try them! I think I'll buy a trash can with a tightly fitting lid as well. I'm sure it'll come in handy.
I've been prepping my diapers in the wash using Country Save detergent. I've been using it on all of our other clothes now too and I love it! We have an HE washer. We'll be saving a lot of money between that and the price I got the detergent at in a local health grocery store. I got a 10-lb box of powdered for only $15.00! I dissolve it in several cups of hot water before pouring it into the empty washer and then throwing the diapers or clothes in. I also got some dryer balls to fluff up my prefolds in the dryer since they were coming out kind of stiff without being able to use dryer sheets w/ CDs. They seem to be helping, along with making sure our water softener is doing its job.
So that's what I've got! Have fun venturing into the world of CDing, MrsKatie! Once you start browsing all of the different diapers, you're going to become addicted like the rest of us... I never thought diapers could be so cute... I actually have them organized on display in the nursery.